CIVIL LAWS

CIVIL LAWS

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CIVIL LAWS

 

The law in itself is an enormous field, and within that civil law is again a huge part that seeks to resolve disputes between two or more entities that seek specific performance or a compensatory damage. Anything that is not associated with criminal activities comes under the civil laws. The term litigator is assigned to that legal professional who specializes in civil litigation and directly represents parties in trials, hearings, mediations, and arbitration.

 

Between two opposing parties, it is the duty of all forms of civil laws to find an agreement or settlement. Again, the settlements are different in nature from the criminal litigations and do not involve criminal punishments like serving jail time or any other forms of similar punishments. Instead, it deals mainly with the guarantee of the delivery of a specific performance or financial settlements. A civil litigation case is administered and overheard by foreign tribunals, administrative agencies, or federal, state, and local court system; they are carried out and initiated by litigators.

The civil law encompasses a wide range of disputes, as a result of the field’s bulk. ¬†Civil law can be fairly said to be upholding the laws associated with relationships, personal agreements, performances of private individuals and private companies and is so broad that, in essence, civil law is responsible for proper law and order maintenance. To expound on this statement, one can simply scrutinize the several fields of civil litigation that litigators practice:

  1. * Environmental Law
  2. * Contract disputes between landlords and tenants. Litigators uphold the ethical rules associated with the relationship and the specific contracts of the agreement.
  3. * Construction
  4. * Products Liability
  5. * Worker’s Compensation
  6. * Medical Malpractice
  7. * Intellectual Property
  8. * Real Estate
  9. * Education Law
  10. * Anti-Trust
  11. * Employment & Labor
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